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my gk terminator has had the blade part of his halberd fall off with no obvious point to fix it on. any ideas?
Epoxy. Its the wonder-substance. I glue all my metal models together using epoxy instead of superglue. If you epoxy the blade back on, chances are the blade will be softer than the dried epoxy itself. Make sure to not use excess epoxy though, or it'll dry as an unsightly lump. Paint right over the epoxy after it's dried for 12 hours or more.
Convert him to a Thunderhammer/Stormshield GKT unless you already have that quota filled.
Let him stay that way, now you have a Nemesis Stick as weapon
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I would either use epoxy, or super glue reinforced with a green stuff purity seal (the purity seal, if well made, will look cool and the green stuff will strengthen the halberd blade in place). Personally I think pining the blade would be very difficult, as the pieces are so small, but I'm not an expert in the pin-vice.
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i think i've got some epoxy somewhere...